SEM/TEM Investigation of Aluminide Coating Co-Doped with Pt and Hf Deposited on Inconel 625.

Author(s) Morgiel, J.; Zagula-Yavorska, M.; Zubko, M.; Romanowska, J.
Journal Materials (Basel)
Date Published 2018 May 27
Abstract

The effect of simultaneous introduction of Hf and Pt into aluminide coating deposited on Inconel 625 alloy was investigated using scanning and transmission electron microscopy (SEM/TEM) methods. The coating consisted of two layers: the additive and the interdiffusion. The additive layer and part of the interdiffusion layer consist of the β-NiAl type phase. The middle part of the interdiffusion layer comprised an interpenetrating finger-like structure formed by the β-NiAl and TCP-σ type phases with numerous fine Cr precipitates in the former and occasional larger precipitates of NbC carbides interspersed in between them. The σ type phase inclusions are situated at the border between the substrate and the interdiffusion layer. The experiment showed that platinum fully dissolves in the β-NiAl-type matrix, while most of the introduced hafnium accumulates in HfO₂ dioxide precipitates located close to the additive/interdifusion interface.

DOI 10.3390/ma11060898
ISSN 1996-1944
Citation Morgiel J, Zagula-Yavorska M, Zubko M, Romanowska J. SEM/TEM Investigation of Aluminide Coating Co-Doped with Pt and Hf Deposited on Inconel 625. Materials (Basel). 2018;11(6).

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